Comments for: Phosphorus caused fish-killing Lake Auburn algae bloom, but what caused chemical spike?

Posted Feb. 14, 2013, at 6:01 a.m.

LEWISTON | Higher-than-normal phosphorous levels in Lake Auburn were behind a fish-killing algae bloom this past summer, but water engineers Tuesday were still working to determine what caused the phosphorous levels to spike. Water-quality engineers said phosphorus levels could be blamed on runoff into the lake’s feeder streams and …

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